Quinn family genealogy

Lords of Muintir Gillagain, County Longford

Arms: Vert a pegasus pass. wings elevated ar. a chief or.

GIOLLAGAN, a brother of Eimhin who is No. 101 on the "Line of Ir," p. 303, was the ancestor of MacCuinn and O'Cuinn (lords of Muintir Gillagain—a territory in the county Longford); anglicised O'Quinn, MacQuinn, MacQueen, Quinn, and Quin.

101. Giollagan ("giolla:" Irish, a minister or page): son of Croman; a quo O'Giollagain, anglicised Gilligan and O'Galligan.

102. Sgannan: his son.

103. Gormgal: his son.

104. Conu ("conn:" Irish, wisdom): his son; a quo MacCuinn and O'Cuinn.

105. Searragh: son of Conn.

106. Aodh (or Hugh) O'Quinn: his son; first of the family who assumed this surname.

107. Donogh: his son.

108. Teige: his son.

109. Sitric: his son.

110. Amhailgadh [awley]: his son

111. Gormgal (2): his son.

112. Dermod: his son.

113. Giolla-na-Naomh: his son.

114. Gormgal (3): his son.

115. Cuchonacht: his son.

116. Cathal: his son.

117. Cairbre: his son.

118. Felim O'Quinn: his son.